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Academic Librarian Sponsorship Opportunity Announced for 2014 Charleston Conference

By IGI Global on Jul 14, 2014
Academic Librarian Sponsorship Opportunity Announced For 2014 Charleston ConferenceIGI Global is excited to again sponsor the 2014 Charleston Conference, in Charleston, South Carolina, from November 5th-8th. An annual, informal gathering of librarians, publishers, and vendors of library materials, this event discusses issues of importance to the research community. The theme of this year's conference is "The Importance of Being Earnest."

IGI Global is a diamond-level sponsor of the Charleston Conference, presenting this year at Table #49. Highly engaged with the events at the convention, IGI Global will feature presentations, participation in the vendor showcase, and announce the winner of the $500 Academic Librarian Sponsorship.

IGI Global's Academic Librarian Sponsorship Program sponsors librarians' attendance of the industry's most important events. In an ongoing effort to help librarians grow professionally and increase their understanding of the changing state of knowledge resources, IGI Global will award one librarian a $500 stipend for attendance of the Charleston Conference. To apply for this sponsorship opportunity, librarians are asked to submit a 250-word essay describing why they should be awarded the stipend by Friday, October 17th. Further specifications can be found on our website at https://www.igi-global.com/forms/librarian-award/. Use the following link for more information on the Charleston Conference.
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